Peter N. Munsing's answer Well, if you weren't cited just turn it over to your insurance. If you were cited the question is why didn't you have a license--can you get one or are you prohibited. Suggest you consult an attorney who handles tickets in the court where your citation will be heard.
Roy Lee Warren's answer THANK you for an excellent question. I believe you and I would get along great. The situation of which you speak is one of the more ridiculous scenarios of SSI in my opinion. However I am sure it makes sense to those that wrote the law. SSI benefits are based on need so if the person that receives the SSI benefits improves their economic situation (for example wins the lottery) the benefits are terminated. If the person is able to save their SSI benefits (rather than spending them) even the...
Timur Akpinar's answer It's difficult to guess what's taking place here, but when government employees, public utility employees, or other people who have a valid reason for entering your property appear, they generally identify themselves and present ID. In many instances, their visits are announced ahead of time through some form of notice. The next time someone appears on your property, check to see that they are actually there for a legitimate and official reason, such as surveys, an environmental issue, meter...
If you don’t need to work, or if you applied for work authorization as part of your adjustment application, and if unlawful presence isn’t an issue (it doesn’t accrue while your adjustment application is pending), you should not need to renew DACA.
I like what you are doing. If your question is whether or not you are committing some sort of crime by posting information regarding how to get licensed, the answer is no. Even if your information is false, there is no crime to publishing false information although it would be highly unethical. There is no criminal liability, but there could be civil liability. Meaning someone might be able to sue you for posting what a company might determine is "confidential" or a "trade...
Neville Bedford's answer Dual citizenship is a special status and probably worth investing with an attorney to assist you. Your chances of success will be much better with a professional advocating on your behalf.
Ecleynne Mercy's answer Yes it is. Very illegal. The child molestation statute does not require proof of the defendant's actual arousal; instead, the law requires only that the defendant have acted with the intent to arouse his sexual desires. West's Ga.Code Ann. § 16–6–4(a).
In GA, there has been no case law suggesting any rational basis for an adult to shower naked with a child that they are not related to.
William John Light's answer Unclear on what type of case this is. After discharge (firing) of your attorney, you are entitled to your file from your attorney, except the attorney work product. The return of the client’s files is covered in RPC 3-700(D)(1) which states:
“A member whose employment has terminated shall:
(1) Subject to any protective order or non-disclosure agreement, promptly release to the client, at the request of the client, all the client papers and property. “Client papers and...
Mark Oakley's answer All states require a marriage license to get married, and an officiant to conduct the marriage, and then certify the marriage after the ceremony by filing the affidavit required by law that the marriage was performed within 180 days of the license date, as well as any other legal requirements. The witness requirements are stated in the license and form affidavit, and you can obtain the details of everything you need by going to the circuit court for the Maryland county (or City of Baltimore)...
Peter N. Munsing's answer Sure. However there's a complicated thing called the state tort claims act so the best thing is to consult a member of the Ga. Trial Lawyers Assn in that county --they give free consults.
Brady R. Henderson's answer Both Wisconsin law and federal law provide a right for a person being cared for due to a disability to be given the least restrictive placement. Sometimes court battles arise because that person, the person's guardian or family and the state disagree as to what placement is required. If you are your father's guardian, the state should not be able to do much here without your consent, or at least giving you notice of what they intend to do and an opportunity to be heard.
Ronald J. Eisenberg's answer As you know, there's no easy answer to your situation. You haven't asked a specific question, however. Casenet is supposed to accurately reflect the names of the parties as they are identified when the case is filed. I'm not sure what you specifically want done, and by whom. I don't blame you, however, for being upset.
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